just give up. you'll get caught, it'll be disastrous, i know, i've been there and done that. hell, i've lied to my teachers to get out of detentions, looking all calm and collected then suddenly trembling and tearing up, then walking out of the class only to return to my calm and collected state like none of it ever happened. <br />
you won't be able to convince your parents you did your homework, so at least convince them it's not because you're lazy. say you've been troubled by issues with friends, or have been feeling depressed. it will work if you're the type who can't separate work and personal matters.
but i seriously suggest doing the homework. i regret not developing good study/homework habits
Do your homework so you don't have to come up with bs
based on your answer to night, just go with truth and say you lied and are sorry but you'll do the work next time and to make things up, do this assignment now, late better than never. Continuing a lie only makes it worse
i would say to do so from now on and don't be dishonest agasin please i am trying to be nice about it
You already stated the answer.
From reading your story, you have a history of not telling the truth and not turning in homework. You have to build trust by being consistent. Does your school have an online gateway so that your grades, homework, and projects can been seen? Can your parents email your teachers and find out? Can your parents talk to your guidance counselor and find out? Your parents have to trust you so help them by becoming more responsible. Being responsible means keeping your room clean, helping out with the chores around the house, and becoming more considerate of others. Treat your parents with respect and you will see a change take place within a month. Good luck! :-)
I understand. My father was the same way. No matter what I did, it was never good enough. What I realized later in life is that you will find friends that will tell you the truth. Friends like that ARE good for you. You may not be validated by your parents, but that's okay. Your close friends will. When you get out from under their roof, you will build self esteem and confidence in yourself because you have proven to your parents that you are worthy by having a job and not needing their financial support. In the meantime, do what you can to improve your grades and being more adult in thinking. Please understand that I am not criticizing you, this is just advice to help you build a bridge between you and your parents. Don't worry, honey, you're gonna make it. I believe in you!
you seem very kind to this person i like people like that
Some people, evidently you included, won't listen no matter what might be suggested. So just go on and do what you want to do. Learn the consequences. But please don't ask the rest of society to cover for you. I for one am just damn fed up paying for little snots like you who won't take responsibility for their own actions and end up eating, getting shelter and free phones at the expense of decent working people. Get a damn clue. Your parents are right. It's pretty obvious why they don't trust you. You have shown all of us that you can't be trusted. And now you want to drag us into your little "poor me" ****. Get real.
you didn't do it, just tell the truth....if you don't want to deal with the yelling just do it in the first place. Since you didn't i think you should deal with what you have to for not doing it...Sorry for being harsh, just my honest opinion.